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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 19lf THE LKTHBRIOUK PAGE SKYKN Tue-Jfti! l! win bo Mouday before the details ot Hie UGH' yassengor time schedule are available, general information gathered by tho Herald today Indicates that llio schedule has bcea drastically cut since tuo puWt- cation ot llw oullIUD of the first pro- posed changes. Toe greatest clianscs will bo ou the Cardston and Coutts brandies. In- Meail of daily trains ou these lines, they will after August IS be limited to three passenger trains a week, and in the case ot the Cardston train, ln la srt-ai shape and 1000 season tickets Including students' aud child- ren V, have been sold. The manage- ment have lieen apprised of ihe atioa, and i am authorized la say that accommodations will bo. provided in tho way for seats (or the maximum audietice, o( course, the sea- !son ticket sale Is over. Chaulauqua week is to be a great educational and patriotic week for Ixithbridge. One of our local entliu siasts, D.M.K. anticipating the grea event, has penned the following lines I suggests that it be made ihe Chan- itliia cliorus: CANADA! MY CANADA! (Tune: Maryland! My Maryland! A song of [iraise sing to Canada! My Canada! fair land of virtuous liberty-- Canada! My Canada' Here Saxon. Celt and Gaul art' one, All in award ino notes prolong [Throughout thy vast Dominion-- Canada! 31y Canada! Ireat DriiaiiVs Irisln ami loyal Canada: My Canada! Thy radiant lustre chines afar! Canada! My Canada! Jtich treasures stored in nil! and plain hinterland to oceau mala Thv prairies wave with golden Canada! My Canada! iVho bravely staud. ou guard Tor Canada! My Canada! .ilvciiL-hy, and iUH Seventy, the (ate, Am! cm UIP somme thou didst not fail, My Canada! D.I I.E. Let's take a week off from the reg- ular routine anil get all wo can out of the Clmitawiui. 1 ON ITALIAN- FRONT. Aug.. official state ment on British operations on the Hal ian front Issuedtqday said ''Thursday night our car-: rled out eight simultaneous raids into llic Austrian defense system between Aslago and Canovo. The operation was successful ilesplto vigorous en- emy opposition. The enemy suffered heavy casualties and 315 prisoners, six machine guus, three .trench mor- lara, a searchlight and five pack mules were captured." Our casualties were A lot of hard things have been said about the midway al the fair ami Btam- ped e. and most of Uicrn have been said lieeause of tho gypsies who formed n considerable part of the caravan. And It' seems as If Uiu gypsies deserve! about, all that was said about them. A couple of police court cases cen- tered about them while they were here, ami now I hey are into more troubfe. It will be remembered that when they were In Letbbridge they were driving sonic very fine motor ears. Evidently they had an easy way of eeltingjthcni. The Gray Uort agent in 'one ot the northern towns THE KAFFIR BOYS AT CHAUTAUQUA Mir. .M. W. llutf, St. So.. of Mr. Ualmer and bis Kaffir Iwy choir; "ll was my privilege to be on niamauqua iiioKram in Can toil, will) -Mr. rialmer and Miss Clark with their choir. "Two years ago I agaiu inei them In Turloi-k. Cal.. with the boys that Krom sea-board Hue louiwmiain crest, now with them, only one having been lu tin- Canada! My Canada! Kar in llic glorious, sunny Cauada! My Canada! With peace and wealth'" In bounteous At or i'. guard, protect then evermore. Heverberate from shore to Canada! My Aud to lliy sons across the Canada! My Cauada! 1 dtuir. -While 1 thought the first cholf good. 1 belicvo ihese are belter. Aftef hearing Mr. Jtalmnr and Miss tell of how il'.ey found the boys any laughl i hern to slap and speak the yul language and then hear them yon will all to that given by six' horse-drawn sprinklers ot COO Callous caniu-ilv. The cost ot repairs on this cotnbl nation truck has hecn nominal.' The truck has traveled approximately 7, HO miles and the Firestone tires are still in very good condition. It Is safe to say thai within ten months op nration the '.ruck has fully paid for It sW, in the differencerot upkeep and the heller service given. Canon City is well pleased Us' Invcslmen anrt recomtnenils to cities which fint themselves i" nuput tho samo condl tions lhat we were in, that Iho.matte ot initial cost slionlrl not ho loo scr ioualy considered. (Sgd.) D. N. COOPER, mayor HEADS AMERICAN BOARD. Washington, Ans. Oar rclt, American minister nl The Hague has boon natncil lo represent the slnl department fo hcatl' the tnlsston o the United Slntos which will nice German delegates at llerno, Switze laud within n month' lo discuss Ih Ireatmcnt anil exchange ot prisoner of war. Volunteering four years ago to pen fis chapTnin with Canadian forces Krancc, Her. S. W. llann, who wa recently onpolnlert pastor ot Kan' wlch Jtc'thodlsl Church, did not r celvo orders lo report for duly unl last week on Ihe evo of his mnrriag lo a Toronto youti'g woman. C. C. McCREERY, Manager H. E. MEIBACH, Proprietor I'rof. Hicham Bilitcator nn ofeinlzer, nnd liMcJ of (ho America Volunteer Motor Ambulance Corp which on Iho French froi front from 1914 unlll II ovi by the American army In Senlembc of montnsllls ntlcr nn I nesfl of one EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN INSURES CAREFUL HANDLING WITH..NO JARRINfl OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE. CHARGES REASONABLE. THE McLEAN TRANSFER 313 SIXTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1097 A Statement to Our Cus- tomers from the Bakers of Lethbridge i We are now compelled by the Food Controller' to use ;10% of'. Substitutes in all our bread and as soon as the supply of substitutes is available this percentage will be increased lo -The use of sub- stitutes by the bakers is a new thing and requires considerable ex- perimenting to find out the best method of using them, and also to find the best substitute to use. 'We are improving our goods all the 'time and today the bakers of Lethbridge are turning out loaf of bread, sweet, clean, nutritious and palatable. These substitutes cost us considerably more than Government Standard White Flour. The Food Controller in ordering their use was not thinking of saving money, his only idea is to save wheat flour .so tl'ia't all the Allies may have enough to go round. It is your duly as a patriotic citizen to see lhal everybody obeys this'order of theFood Controller and uses ihe required amount of substitute in their bread whether it is bakery-made, home-made or Chinese-made. The cost of doing business is rising higher all the time. Horse feed Is away up, wages are going up, freight rates are up shorten- ing, sugar, malt are all up in price and there will be anotheV raise in.' soon. In view of these facts we can no longer sell bread at .the same price as we have been doing so lhat, starting on Monday, Aug- ust 1 2th, the price of bread in Lethbridge will be as follows: RETAIL iv I Loaf 15c .'2 Loaves- 25c 9 Loaves for H-M WHOLESALE 11 Loaves for J. Schweitzer Fred.D.Kirkby John Gilmofe Limited R. W- Scott ;